The future marker for the Eastern Terminus of the Ice Age Trail may be new to you but old to others when it makes its move next month. The current marker of the Eastern Terminus of the 1,200-mile Ice Age Trail is at the foot of the Potawatomi State Park Observation Tower. The tower has not been used in years, and its future is unknown, making a nearby bathroom the only other draw to the area. The terminus marker will be moved to the former ski hill. Potawatomi State Park Superintendent Erin Brown-Stender says it will be a familiar spot for long-time visitors to the park.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is in charge of moving the terminus marker to its new location. Sturgeon Bay was named an Ice Age Trail Community in 2021.